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Dr KJS Anand lists crucial traits that managers must have to excel at their job, especially if they are working in the marketing department Success of a company depends on the administrators or managers. Marketing managers in specific have to work with customers, manage sales associates, hit monthly store quotas and...
ABHINAV LOHIA tells you why the US continues to the the destination for high-net-worth individuals even though there are other options available The US is the largest consumer market in the world making it the ultimate destination for wealthy individuals and corporates to invest in. Often high-net-worth individuals looking to...
The advent of computer technology has revolutionised all areas of business and Human Resources (HR) is not an exception. Computer technology, social media, and data analytics have been playing a key role in streamlining HR practices in all industries including Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs) which are currently leveraging innovative HR...
The Internshala VTC Young Achiever Scholarship is an initiative to help the student community by providing them free Virtual Training Center’s programmes worth Rs 2 lakh. The bi-annual scholarship programme aims to encourage bright students who have the desire to learn but may not have adequate resources to do so....
Hospital Management is one of the most lucrative careers in the health sector today. A career in this field is evolving due to the different nature of work that hospitals have now. A few more colleges where one can study are: Adesh College of Paramedical Sciences, Muktsar, Punjab. Course: PGD...
President inaugurates Universities of the Future President Pranab Mukherjee, recently inaugurated an international conference themed Universities of the Future: Knowledge Innovations and Responsibility at O . Jindal Global University (JGU). The three-day conference hosted by the university is being held from March 18-20, 2017. The conference which sought to examine...
Stephen H Robinette lists a few myths about studying abroad Studying in foreign universities is every student’s dream. Students want to go abroad and take degrees from universities for a better future. But there are many who don’t plan education outside of India because they are told a few myths about...
ACJ Exam Asian College of Journalism (ACJ), Taramani, Chennai invites applications for admission to the Post Graduate Diploma Programme of the year 2017-18. ACJ offers post-graduation courses like: Reporting, writing and editing Tools of the modern journalist Key issues in Journalism Media perspectives The Media, Law and Society Mode of examination The examination will be delivered online...
Chandramouli Srinivasan talks about the biggest challenges that an employee faces in the knowledge industry In this rapidly changing job profile from manager relationship to technology interventions in the HR space, there have been two distinct employee issues which are posing serious challenge. The work place in the knowledge industry is...
Agastya International Foundation, a charitable education trust, in collaboration with Honeywell India and the Government Senior Secondary School (GSSS) in Khandsa village, Gurugram, organised a science exhibition to mark National Science Day. The project, which aimed at simplify the concepts of Science for the GSSS students, witnessed many young minds...
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19 Mar 2017 | Rajesh Singh
Is the marginalisation of the two caste-based parties in Uttar Pradesh a harbinger of change — from identity politics to the politics of development? If we take the 2014 and 2017 elections together, that does seem to be the suggestion, writes RAJESH SINGH Understanding an election result as monumental as that of Uttar Pradesh is akin to unravelling a deep thriller plot. The why, when, where, how and what — this...
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25 Mar 2017 | PNS | Lucknow
Chief Minister Adityanath Yogi carried out a minor reshuffle in five ministers on Friday. A government spokesman said that Labour minister Swamy Prasad Maurya has been given additional charge of Co-ordination ministry while he has been divested of Urban employment and poverty alleviation and the charge of these ministries have been given to Urban Development minister Suresh Khanna...